Starbucks Is Now Serving Boozy Wine Frappuccinos
One catch: You have to move to Japan
You love Starbucks. You love wine. If you move to Japan, you can enjoy a too-good-to-be-true combination of both in the form of the Wine Fraggino, which is basically just a wine-infused Frappuccino.
Yep, the limited-edition beverage--which replaces the caffeine normally found in a frappe with a local Japanese wine--is being offered temporarily to celebrate the launch of the Starbucks Evenings menu at one store in Japan. And allegedly it tastes a teeny tiny bit like blueberries (which are blended to produce the wine).
What we want to know: Who the heck do we have to call to get it added to U.S. menus? Because we want one, like now.